Swiss photographer Ulysses Frechelin's "American Trucks" fine-art photo book; and reader Eric Buckel on I-15 from Barstow to Vegas: Add a new lane!
Karen Gettert Shoemaker's "The Meaning of Names" interrogates the reality German-American communities in the U.S. were confronted with following the outbreak of World War I.
Gary Shade's book of the expediting life and business could be an important resource for those starting out in the segment.
Mike Sammons' "Working Man's Road to Weight Loss" details the driver's story to losing more than half his body weight in a quest for better health.
Meet Xandra "Sunny" Moon, author of the self-help tome that tells her story -- in part about her discovery of trucking after years at home as a full-time mother -- of getting over a "mid-life slump."
What would have happened to Abraham Lincoln if he hadn't been assassinated? Explore the possibilities and political intrigue in this audiobook.
In a futuristic America where people with cybernetic enhancements are discriminated against, some even hunted down and killed, one man fights for his life and the rights of people like him.
The true story of a secret network of double agents working to protect the secret of the D-Day invasion during World War II, "Double Cross" in a great read for fans of history.
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